Vueform's Vision for 2024

09 February, 2024

Adam Berecz

2023 has been an exciting year for us - if I had to pick just one word to describe it, it would be 'pathfinding'. Finding the right setup to work full-time on a lesser-known library has been a challenge, but we feel like 2023 really cleared things up for us.

In October 2023, we took a major step by making Vueform open-source under the MIT license, putting all its features and elements in the hands of the community. It's been around my mind for a while and, looking back, I'm really glad I went for it. The support and engagement from the community have been overwhelming and have made all those years of hard work worthwhile.

But 2023 was just the start. We’ve got big plans for the coming years to make form development as effortless as can be for everyone.

I'd like to share with all of you the directions we planned for 2024.

Improving DX

Our top priority is enhancing Developer Experience (DX). We’re starting by eliminating any obstacles to using Vueform in various environments. There are so many great frameworks and development environments out there, each with its own set of unique challenges. We're committed to addressing these challenges head-on, broadening our support for different frameworks and environments, and streamlining the installation process for both Vueform and Vueform Builder.

New Features

We're always looking to expand the Vueform ecosystem with new features. We’ve recently opened up our backlog to community discussions, allowing users to vote on what they want to see next. This way, we can focus on delivering the features that offer the most value to the most developers.


They say a software is only as good as its documentation. With that in mind, we're doubling down on creating more educational materials to make learning both easier and more enjoyable.

Community Building

We're also aiming to grow our community and introduce Vueform to new, amazing developers out there.

No-Code Form Building

Learning a new framework can be tough. Vueform has extensive documentation, plenty of examples, and is pretty straightforward to get started with, but mastering it takes time. That's why we launched our drag-and-drop form builder tool in 2022. It allows developers to leverage almost all of Vueform's features without having to dive deep into our educational resources.

In 2024, we're excited to continue this journey, making Vueform Builder a core part of our users' development toolkit.

Sunsetting Vue 2 Support

As of December 31, 2023, Vue.js 2 has officially reached its End of Life (EOL). The Vue team will no longer be releasing updates and fixes for it, and we're following suit. The last stable Vue 2 version of Vueform is 1.6.5. While it may still function with Vue 2 after that, we won't be offering official support for it anymore. We encourage our users to upgrade to the faster and more modern Vue 3.

Your support has been incredible, and we can't thank you enough. If you appreciate our work, consider giving us a star on GitHub and joining our Discord server to keep the conversation going. Your feedback, ideas, and involvement are what drive Vueform forward!

— Adam

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